ch office, or one of the wardens, if you wish to volunteer for any of these ministries.
Warden: Tricia Siemens
The Book Club offers fellowship and broadens our horizons through the shared love of reading. friends from Holy Saviour and beyond are welcome. We meet once per month. Contact Vivian Russell
Parishioners host our after-service coffee hour, preparing and serving tea and coffee and helping with clean up. Volunteers are always needed. Contact Jennifer Ross
Dinner & a Movie
Meets at 5:30pm one Saturday each month, Sept to May, for a film, food and fellowship. $6.00 for food. The evening is hosted by Chuck Erion and Anders Bergstrom (PhD in film studies) who leads a short discussion following the movie. Please RSVP to Chuck 3 days in advance.
Eucharistic Lay Visitors
Coordinator: Alison Prittie, Jean Jackson
Eucharistic Lay Visitors bring the church to those who cannot attend and administers Communion to elderly and shut-in Parishioners in their own homes, nursing or retirement homes and hospitals.
Any parishioner or family member should notify the Rector or the Church Office if they are ill or hospitalized. In case of hospitalization, please be sure that the hospital records show the patient as “Church of the Holy Saviour Anglican”.
The Flower Delivery ministry delivers flowers from the altar and font to shut-ins and sick members of the Parish year round (except Lent) after Sunday morning services are complete. Parishioners can sign up for a specific date. Please contact the coordinator, Chris Schmidt
Nursery Coordinator: Jessica Schmidt
The Nursery is available to children three years of age and younger and is staffed by a volunteer during the 10 am service. Children are welcome for the entire service, or they can join us when the Sunday school children go to class. Nursery volunteers normally bring the children up for a blessing during communion. We get to read books, play with toys, colour and enjoy each others’ company. We are always looking for additional nursery volunteers too!
In the tradition of Holy Saviour, the Outreach Team continues to faithfully support Monica House, St. John’s Kitchen, Anselma House, the House of Friendship, Renison College, Huron Church Camp and other local agencies. The apportionment given to the Diocese that represents a large percentage of our budget is an outreach donation that allows our collective church to achieve broader and more leveraged goals.
The Outreach Team has also generously responded to other requests made of the parish that include monies donated to Supportive Housing of Waterloo, special Diocesan appeals, the Primate’s World Relief Development Fund, and especially the Refugee family from Syria. To volunteer for the Waterloo Deanery Refugee Committee, contact Rebecca Short